- Hosted By:
- NYU Furman Center
This webinar will explore what housing policy, research, and advocacy can learn from abolitionists and, in particular, the scholarship and advocacy that have shaped movements for prison and police abolition. Nationwide movements for racial justice—combined with the racially-disparate health and economic effects of COVID-19—have drawn attention to longstanding inequities and discrimination in housing. The symposium seeks to imagine what a housing justice framework centered on abolitionist principles might look like.